Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) Program

  • In the Nation's Capital

    In the Nation's Capital

    Located in the historic Washington, D.C. neighborhood, Georgetown offers a global perspective, dynamic opportunities, and a commitment to social justice.

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  • Student Groups & Organizations

    Student Groups & Organizations

    Nearly fifty student clubs and organizations provide a range of social, spiritual, civic, and intellectual events on campus and throughout the DC community.

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  • Hoya Clinic

    Hoya Clinic

    Created and staffed by Georgetown medical students, this free clinic caters to DC's disenfranchised and vulnerable population.

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  • Independent Scholarly Project

    Independent Scholarly Project

    Each student is required to complete a scholarly project in areas such as clinical research, clinical quality improvement, biomedical bench research, medical education pedagogy, social justice, and population health.

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  • Integrated Learning Center

    Integrated Learning Center

    The Integrated Learning Center uniquely supports the School of Medicine's emphasis on a patient-centered, competence-based curriculum where students demonstrate the skills of a generalist physician prior to graduation.

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  • International Programs

    International Programs

    The Office of International Program's mission is to enable Georgetown medical students to live the Jesuit ideals of academic excellence and service to others, offering opportunities in over 20 countries spanning 5 continents.

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Georgetown seeks to graduate physicians with a generalist professional education.  This process integrates the scientific, clinical, professional, and "high touch" competencies needed to deliver patient-centered care.  Our education is guided by knowledge, skills, and values reflective of the Georgetown community.  We encourage you to visit the links below to help you make an informed decision.

M.D. Class Profile (2016 Entering Class)

Total Applications: 14,377
Applicants Interviewed: 1,011
Incoming Class Size: 196

Mean Science (BCPM) GPA: 3.57

Mean (Old) MCAT Scores:
Verbal Reasoning: 9.49
Physical Sciences: 10.53
Biological Sciences: 10.84

Mean (New) MCAT Scores
  -Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems: 127.98
  - Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills: 127.31
​ - Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems: 127.84
  -Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior: 128.38

Colleges & Universities Represented: 93
States Represented: 31 + the District of Columbia
Countries Represented: 8 including the United States

% Female/Male : 53/47
% Advanced Degree Holders: 30.1
% Underrepresented in Medicine (URIM): 12.2
​Average Age: 24
Age Range: 21-39

Tweets from the Office of Admissions

Online Brochure:
For a general overview of the M.D. Program at Georgetown University School of Medicine, please click here.

Prospective Applicants:
For details about our requirements, policies, and procedures, please review the Guide to Application.

Frequently Asked Questions:
Have a question not answered in the Guide to Application?  Please visit our FAQ page.

Virtual Campus Tour:
Our campus is constantly undergoing physical transformation; explore with our online campus tour.

Current Applicants:
If you received an email titled "Secondary Application Invitation" (by invitation-only), please click here.

The Admissions Team & Contact Information:
For general inquiries and our mailing addresses, click here.